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Complete and Excellent Stanley No. 444 Dovetail Plane .
This is a rare Stanley plane made in the early 1900s designed to facilitate cutting sliding dovetail joints in stock 1/2 to 5/4in thick. It can cut dovetails 1/4 to 5/8in deep and up to 1in wide at the "neck". This example is complete in its original finger-jointer box. The box has a faded label on the side and a complete label on the underside of the lid describing the plane's capabilities. The box of blades is complete and has the original scribe mark with instructions to grind cutters to this angle. All four blades are present as are both spur blocks. The spurs are present and long. The blades have seen a little use. The plane is completely nickel-plated. There are some small spots of discoloration and nickel loss, but the original finish is at least 99%. The box lid is cracked and could be repaired easily enough. It's a rare plane to find in this condition. It would make an exceptional addition to any Stanley collection.
$975
Item Number op282
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Wide, unusual Randall & Cook, Albany 7/8in Quirk ovolo and fillet.
This plane cuts about 1 7/8in wide by 7/8in deep. IT is in very god condition overall with no damage, just signs of use. the boxed quirk is straight. The blade has some light pitting scattered about. with a little bit of work on the blade it should be a solid user molding plane
$30
Item Number mp1184
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Exceptional C. Warren, Nashua Quirk Ovolo and Bevel Molding Plane- Tuned and Ready to Work.
This plane is in outstanding condition- the plane is crisp, clean,and nearly perfect. It has sharp, crisp corners, perfect boxing, and a gorgeous profile with a nice crisp bevel. The profile measures 1 1/4in wide by 1/2in deep. Warren was a prolific planemaker working throughout the mid 1800s in Nashua, NH. This plane remains in usable condition and will work well out of the box. The blade is in excellent condition, long and clean. I've honed the bevels and polished the back a bit. I made a few test cuts and it worked very well, producing a nice smooth molding in no time- see the photos.. It's a great user plane in absolutely top condition.
$95
Item Number mp1183
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Veritas Height Gauge.
This is a "vintage" Veritas tool I can't find in any of their catalog or online. It has some patina on the brass so it has to have some age to it. It is in excellent condition with no damage. It cam measure height up to 4in above the surface. The base is solid brass so it stays put. A typical top quality Veritas tool.
$30
Item Number mml1210
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Veritas 6in Precision Square.
This tool is in excellent condition with some faint wear. It lists for $25-
$20
Item Number mml1208
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Marples 7in Bevel Gauge.
This is a simple screw-lock rosewood and brass bevel gauge made by Marples in Sheffield. It has dense, good-looking rosewood and a decent blade- a fine worker.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $15
Item Number mml1183
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Stanley no. 12 8in Try Square.
This is a tough all-metal try square in very good condition. I. It has decent nickel plating with some wear.. The blade is straight and square to the limit of my ability to test it. It's an excellent user square, especially useful when working outdoors where you don't want to ding up your nice rosewood tools.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $16
Item Number mml1181
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Starrett adjustable machinists scraper.
This scraper is in good working order. It has an adjustable head which holds the blade at a specific angle. The original blade is in good shape without hitting.
$20
Item Number m952
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Handy German Multi-Tool.
This tool has a hammer head and six bits in its hollow head- a gimlet, file, chisel, screwdrivers, and a saw blade. It was made by Solingen in Germany. Certainly usable, it's also a curiosity.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $15
Item Number m933
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Small seymour Smith Spokeshave.
This shave has straight handles and a 1 3./4in blade. There is a good bit of life left in the blade. It should be a god one to use for fine work.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $25
Item Number m926
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Excellent Stanley SW Era no. 104 1/2 14in Level .
This is a smaller plumb and cherry level with brass caps mad eduring the Sweetheart era. It is ine xcellent condition with no damage and a nearly perfect original decal. It's in excellent working condition.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $25
Item Number m925
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Marples 1/2in Tang Firmer Chisel.
This chisel measures 10in overall. It was made by Marples in Sheffield. The blade has some very light scattered pitting but none near the bevel. The boxwood handle has no damage.
$22
Item Number c1086
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Short Gilpin 3/8in Socket Mortise Chisel.
This socket mortise chisel is only 10in long. It is in excellent user condition with a nice clean, polished back and sharp bevel.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $25
Item Number c1063
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Exceptioanl Buck 1/2in Tang Firmer Chisel.
This chisel is in exceptional condition- the back is flat and clean without any pitting,. I quickly lapped the first bit to prove it flat. The handle is original and in excellent condition without damage or wear. It's a great example of this firm's top-quality work.
Left-Over and Reduced to: $24
Item Number c1039
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North Brothers 1912 Catalog Reprint.
This is a 112 page catalog featuring the company's full line of boring tools, automatic and ratchet screwdrivers, as well as their line of ice cream freezers and Christmas tree stands (not joking). The catalog is a hard one to find these days and serves as an excellent reference for anyone interested in the pre-Stanley days of North Brothers. It is in excellent condition with no damage at all.
$24
Item Number b444
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1933 Craftsman Wood Service Co. Original Catalog.
This catalog features 74 pages and is in very good condition with the slightest wear. The Chicago, IL company made and sold veneer, furniture plywoods of all species, turning stock, lumber of all sorts, inlays, furniture legs, hardware, and many other items. They also sold woodworking tools of all sorts. The middle pages are full of color prints of the various inlays they offered. It's an interesting catalog in nice shape
Left-Over and Reduced to: $10
Item Number b417
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Starrett original 1938 catalog.
This 290 page catalog is in excellent condition it has no damage or wear. It dates to 1938 and contains Starrett's full line of precision machinists' tools. It is an excellent reference.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold



With Hammer in Hand.
This is the second printing published in 1973. It is in very good condition condition with no damage at all, only minor wear. This is a scarce book, published for the Winterthur Museum. It discusses the Dominy family of craftsmen of East Hampton, NY. The Dominys were clockmakers from the mid-1700s through the 1800s. Their business was well-documented. Their work, tools, and their shop is discussed in detail in this book. It's a fascinating read. A very scarce and desirable book- take a look at what they sell for on Amazon or Abe for comarison.
$100 This Item Has Been Sold



With Hammer in Hand.
This is the original first printing published in 1968. It is in excellent condition condition with no damage at all, only the lightest wear. This is a scarce book, published for the Winterthur Museum. It discusses the Dominy family of craftsmen of East Hampton, NY. The Dominys were clockmakers from the mid-1700s through the 1800s. Their business was well-documented. Their work, tools, and their shop is discussed in detail in this book. It's a fascinating read. A very scarce and desirable book- take a look at what they sell for on Amazon or Abe for comparison.
$100 This Item Has Been Sold



With Hammer in Hand.
This is the original 1982 printing with its original dustjacket. the book is in excellent condition condition with no damage at all, only the lightest wear. The dustjacket is in poor condition with some taped repairs, though the spine still looks good on the shelf. This is a scarce book, published for the Winterthur Museum. It discusses the Dominy family of craftsmen of East Hampton, NY. The Dominys were clockmakers from the mid-1700s through the 1800s. Their business was well-documented. Their work, tools, and their shop is discussed in detail in this book. It's a fascinating read. A very scarce and desirable book- take a look at what they sell for on Amazon or Abe for comparison.
$100 This Item Has Been Sold



Whelan: Making Traditional Wooden Planes. .
This 120 page paperback book covers all aspects of making wooden planes- how planes work, how they were made in history, the tuning and use of wooden planes, and the tools required. In 23 chapters it discusses making wooden bench planes, various sorts of molding planes from hollows and rounds to more complex boxed molders, dados, rabbets, to chamfer and fillister planes and even an ebony plow. It is an excellent reference book for anyone interested in building wooden planes. It's an out of print book in high demand.
$65 This Item Has Been Sold



Mercer: Ancient Carpenters Tools.
This is the 4th edition published in 1968. It has 330 pages with some very interesting photos. It's an interesting read.
$10 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley 1939 Catalog Reprint.
This 258 page catalog was originally published just after the Sweetheart era and before the WWII materials and labor shortages. This is the 1988 Roger K Smith reprint. It is in excellent condition with only the slightest wear. It's an interesting read, and an excellent reference for an interesting time in Stanley's past.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



1939 Norton "How to Sharpen" Pamphlet.
This is a pocket-sized 48 page, profusely illustrated and photographed, reference guide published by Norton. It includes descriptions and uses for many of their abrasives including Arkansas and synthetic stones, hand grinder, axe stones, etc. It's an interesting and enlightening read.
$16 This Item Has Been Sold



Original Disston 1939 Saw, File, and Tool Manual.
This is an excellent example, perhaps the best I've come across. It has 48 pages discussing Disston's full line of tools including saws, files, layout tools, etc. It contains pages on caring for and using hand saws of all sorts. This example is in excellent condition with barely any wear at all. It's an interesting and informative Disston publication.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold



Buck Brothers 1890 Catalog Reprint.
This is the Ken Roberts 1976 reprint. This version contains Roberts' full history and compendium of Buck advertisements in the back of the catalog- a very valuable read and something not included in later reprints. This reprint is in excellent condition with no wear or damage. It contains 128 pages including Buck's full line of top quality edge tools- chisels, gouges, slicks, framing tools, bit stock tools, etc. It makes an outstanding reference.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold



191 Simonds Saw Catalog Reprint.
This is a hard to find reprint today. It has 196 pages of all of Simond's saw products from handsaws, back saws, buck, and felling, circular and logging saws. The catalog talks about the company's history and includes some interesting photos of the factory and the products in use. It's a great reference and in excellent condition with no damage or wear at all.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Rayls 1905 Hardware & Tool Catalog Reprint.
This is one of my favorite catalog reprints to use as a reference and to peruse from time to time. It's loaded with excellent etchings and descriptions of a wide range of tools from Stanley planes, Disston saws, Starrett, Buck, Millers Falls, Goodell, they are all in here and described in detail. This catalog has 290 pages. It's in excellent condition with only minor wear. It was published by Roger K Smith in 1976 and has become somewhat hard to find. I think it's a fantastic catalog to add to your library
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Boxwood and Brass: Stanley Rules 1855-1975.
This book was written by Philip Stanley and published in 1984. This example is in very good condition with minor wear. It's a scarce but essential reference for rule collectors and old tool researchers.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Kauffman: American Axes. .
152 pages, in excellent condition. It covers the history, form, and function of the American axe. It's a good reference and a fun one to read.
$12 This Item Has Been Sold



Hack: Classic Hand Tools.
This is the book that got me interested in vintage hand tools. It's a gorgeous book and must-have in any woodworker's library. This example is in excellent condition. It is the hardcover edition with a near perfect dust jacket.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold



Chas. A Strelinger 1897 Catalog Reprint.
This is a dense, thick 1,000 page catalog full of every tool and piece of equipment made at the end of the 19th century. It has tons of hand woodworking tools, treadle tools, machinist and blacksmith tools, early power equipment, just everything. This catalog is an education in and of itself. It is noteworthy in that it's not just a description of the tools it sells, rather, Strelinger took the time to educate its customers on the merits of the different types of tools. For us woodworkers and vintage tool junkies there is priceless information on bitstock tools, handsaws, and wooden planes written and published while they were being manufactured and sold. Of all the vintage hardware catalogs, this one is by far my favorite and the one I turn to the most often. It is in excellent, undamaged condition
$26 This Item Has Been Sold



Hammacher Schlemmer 1896 Catalog Reprint.
This is a 400 page catalog in perfect condition featuring Hammacher's full line of tools, equipment, and machinery. This is a tough one to find today.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold



Tiny 1/8 in V Carving Tool.
This tool is unmarked, but the handle has an owner's name and the dave Nov 21, 1910 and "Allentown" written in pencil. It's a tiny little V tool in usable condition.
$20 This Item Has Been Sold



Herring Bros. 1/4in Flat Carving Gouge.
This is a flat no. 4 sweep 1/4in gouge in very good condeition. The handle has no damage. There is no pitting on the inside face. It's a solid user.
$18 This Item Has Been Sold



Unmarked 5/16in Tang Paring Chisel.
This chisel measures a bit over 9in long. The back has been flattened and polished, the bevel quite sharp. It was found with a bunch of other Addis tools, but this one has no mark.
$10 This Item Has Been Sold



Large 7/16in Stout Mortise Chisel.
This is a perfect user mortise chisel made by mutzig framont, the famous French edge tool and blade maker. The chisel is 12in long and has a very large copper ferrule . The blade has some scattered pitting that laps easily enough. It's an interesting user mortise chisel for tough jobs.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold



Exceptional Marples 5/8in Mortise Chisel.
This is a tough, stout 5/8in mortise chisel made by Wm. Marples in Sheffield. Ti measures 13in long overall. It has a tough ash or hickory handle with a steel hoop at the end. The back of the blade is clean and completely free of any pitting at all. I quickly lapped the first inch and found it clean and flat. It's in exceptional condition and should be a top worker.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Massive W. Marples 1in Socket Mortise Chisel.
This is an exxtra-stout 1in mortise chisel built to last. It's more than a pound of Sheffield steel with a small handle, just big enough to grip. It has a thick steel ring to prevent it from splitting. The chisel itself tapers from 5/8in to 3/8in thick over its length. IT measures 12.5in long oveall. The back has some discoloration but the first 1in is lapped clean and flat. The bevel is in good shape and won't take much grinding at all. It's a fantastic user- a bit ugly but it will work well.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Extra fine James Swan 1/8 inch paring chisel.
This is a fine paring chisel by Swan in Seymour, Connecticut. The blade is fine and thin and has no pitting on the back. It measures 12 inches overall. The handle looks like hickory and is beautifully shaped, tapering evenly to match the sockets taper perfectly. The handle is slightly offset to raise it above the work. It should be an excellent fine paring chisel.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold



Massive Stanley Sweetheart era 2 inch Everlast chisel.
This is a huge, heavy chisel made in the sweetheart era between 1924 and 31. It measures 9 1/2 inches overall. The blade has a flat back with no pitting. There are some tiny dings but the area nearest the bevel is clean and flat. I lapped it quickly on a 220 grit stone to prove it flat and clean. An Everlast of this is not one you want to have to flatten considerably. The steel si very hard which is why lasts so long, but it makes them a real pain to refurbish. This one looks to be a good worker. The cap has minor wear. The Hickory has no damage. It has a sweetheart logo on the socket along with the three patent dates.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold



Book Brothers 3/4in crank–neck patternmakers gouge.
This is a three-quarter inch wide deep sweep incannell gouge in excellent condition. It has it's original Apple handle. The blade is perfectly clean, recently honed, And very sharp. The blade has no pitting or discoloration. The original tempering colors can be seen toward the tang. It has an owner's mark at the tang, the only flaw.. It's an excellent user condition.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Exceptional Marples 1 1/4 inch flat patternmakers gouge.
This is a beautiful, well-made crank– neck gouge made by Marples in Sheffield, England. It measures more than 16 inches long overall. The blade is 1 1/4in wide with a very flat sweep.The back has no pitting it all. The beven is sharp and recently home. The handle has no damage and all original finishes. It's a beautiful, well-made tool, the like of which you can't buy new today at any price. It is an excellent working order.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Lie-Nielsen 5/16in Socket Mortise Chisel.
This chisel is in new condition except that I don't think the handle is original. It's ready to work out of the box.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold



Gorgeous Buck Bros 3/4in Socket Paring Gouge.
This gouge has a medium sweep and a gorgeous apple handle. The handle has the Buck mark and is original to the blade. The blade is in outstanding condition with no pitting and hardly a bit of discoloration. It's an outstanding usable gouge with a sharp bevel, made by the best.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold



Berg 1/2i Bevel-Edge Socket Paring Chsiel.
This is a Berg, Eskilstuna thin paring chisel in excellent working order. The handle is obviously not original. The blade has been polished and honed and is ready to use out of the box.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Outstanding, ready-to-use Buck 3/4in Gouge.
This is a 3/4in wide no. 8 gouge with a polished, honed bevel that is ready to use right out of the box. The handle is original and in excellent condition. A top quality tool in ready-to-go condition.
$26 This Item Has Been Sold



Massive and Excellent Buck Bros. 2in Incannell Coping/Paring Gouge.
This is a huge gouge measuring well over 16in long overall with a massive 2in wide blade. The blade is in exceptional condition without a speck of pitting at all on the back side. The mark is crisp and clear. The apple handle is original and in excellent condition as well. It's probably the biggest I've found, and certainly one of the best.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Very Scarce Buck Brothers Tiny 1/8in Crank-Neck Patternmakers Gouge .
This is the smallest size Buck made in this pattern. It's a very tough one to find if you are looking to complete a set- I've been there and done that. This is an exceptional example with a perfect blade, and the original apple handle. It has the curvy Buck Brothers logo along the bend in the blade since there is no room on the inside face. It's a great example in top condition.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold



Outstanding I Sorby 1/2in Incannell Boxwood-Handled Paring Gouge.
This is a thin,f ine paring gouge with an incannell bevel made by Sorby in Sheffield. It has a perfect boxwood handle with no damage and all original finish. The back of the blade has no pitting at all and the bevel is sharp. It's a top quality user paring gouge, ideal for coping moldings, etc.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold



Marples 1/2in Tang Paring Chisel.
This Bevel-Edge tang chisel measures 10in overall. It was made by Marples in Sheffield. The blade has no pitting at all and is extra thin for fine paring work. The boxwood handle has minor dings but no chips or cracks
$24 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Ward 1/4in Mortise Chisel.
This is a 13in long mortise chisel with an excellent handle and an interesting handle. There is a brass washer between the handle and ferrule. The beech handle has no damage. The blade has no pitting. It should make a great user.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Buck Brothers 1 3/8in Incannel Gouge.
This is an early Buck tool with a steel-hooped hickory handle. The handle appears incongruous with the fine, thin, blade but there's no indication it is not origina. The gouge has seen a lot of use but has been well cared for. The back has no pitting and has been constantly honed and polished over its life. The inside bevel is very sharp and well-maintained, free of any chips or dings. It's an unusually large example with a deep sweep in good working order.
$28 This Item Has Been Sold



James Swan 1in Bevel Edge Socket Chisel.
This looks a lot like Swan's version of the Stanley 750, a good general-purpose chisel tough enough for hard work but capable of fine paring as well. It measures 11in overall. It has a small area of light pitting on the back about 1/4in away from the edge. It's a very good, useful chisel from a top maker.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold



Atkin & Son 3/16in Mortise Chisel.
This classic British pig sticker style mortise chisel was made by Atkin & son in Birmingham. They are well-known high-quality planemakers. I don't recall seeing their mark on a chisel, however. This one is in very good working order. The handle is a bit on the crude side, but it's got some nice burled grain and looks tough as nails. The blade has no pitting on the back. It should be a fine chisel to use on smaller mortises.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Millers Falls no. 1 hand drill.
This is an excellent working example of the Millers Falls number one. The main gear and frame retain most of the original paint the gear action is perfectly smooth. The chuck works perfectly. Its Cocobolo handle has an assortment of original fluted bits most with their original bluing it's exceptional working example.
$55 This Item Has Been Sold



Scarce Millers Falls no. 3 hand drill.
This is a very good example of a scarce Millers falls drill. The number three is similar to one except towards hollow handle. This example is in good working order. The gears are smooth. It retains most of its original paint. The chuck works well. Its Hollow tool handle screws onto main shaft and is released with a pushbutton. It's a good working example.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold



Mint and complete number 59 Stanley dowel jig.
This is a complete example with the addition of three properly size drill bits, and one extra depth stop. It is in mint, unused condition. It contains all six original colors. It is in its original box. It can be used for creating accurate dowel and mitered joints, as well as boring mortises.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley number 48 Auger bit depth gauge.
This is a clean, nearly perfect example. It clamps to an auger bit to allow you to accurately bore holes to a specific depth.
$12 This Item Has Been Sold



Fray/Stanley no. 106 10in. Ratchet Brace.
This brace is marked both Fray and Stanley which tells me it was made around about 1909 when Stanley acquired the Fray business and brace designs. This is a very good example with most nickel plating- a bit is missing under the quill and some on the ratchet housing, but the rest is bright. It has crisp Stanley and Fray marks. The ratchet and chuck work perfectly. The pad and handle spin easily with minimal slop. It has very nice rosewood handles. It's a good looking, working brace in a useful general purpose size.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley 945A 12in Brace.
This is a big 12in ratchet brace in excellent working order. It has almost all original finish and works perfectly.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Tiny Millers Falls no. 14 6in Brace.
This is a nice working example of Barber's improved brace. It's a simple, lightweight 6in brace with nice dark cocolobo on the head and handle. It's fairly clean with some missing finish. The jaws are in good shape, the wood has no damage at all. It will work well for quickly boring small holes, driving screws, countersinks, etc.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold



Interesting Fray 10in Ratchet Brace.
This brace was surely made by Fray, or perhaps Stanely right after the 1909 Fray acquisition. It has the model no. 4410 on the frame and is stamped for the Cleveland, OH hardware firm Mcintosh & Heather. There are several other examples of similar braces documented. The brace has the two-part Spofford style cocobolo handle with pewter rings. The ratchet works well and the jaws are in good shape. The cocobolo pad spins easily and has barely any slop at all. It's a fine user brace, a bit on the unusual side.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Massive pair of 7 inch pinch dogs.
This pair of pinch dogs is not for bench use, rather it would work well outdoors working logs. They are 7 inches long and appear hand-wrought.
$12 This Item Has Been Sold



Working set of 13 pinch dogs.
This is A set of 13 inch dogs varying in size from 3 inches to 1 inch. None are marked some appear very early and are clearly hand wrought.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley number 55 curved spokeshave.
This is a "type 11" era number 55 dating to circa 1908 1918. It has virtually no japanned finish left on the frame but there is no rust at all. It has a long original blade with the logo. There is no pitting, it does have some discoloration. It should be an excellent user.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley number 55 curved spokeshave.
This is a "sweetheart" era number 55 dating to circa 1920. It has almost all of its japanned finish left on the frame and there is no rust at all. It has a long original blade with the SW logo. There is some pitting, and it does have some discoloration. It should be an good, usable shave.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Exceptional Stanley number 51 spokeshave.
This shave is in excellent condition with all original japanned finish. The blade is long, nearly full-length. It has no pitting and a bold Stanley trademark. It's a simple gull-wing spokeshave in excellent user condition.
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Exceptional Stanley number 51 spokeshave.
This shave is in excellent condition with all original japanned finish. The blade is long, nearly full-length. It has no pitting and a bold Stanley trademark. It's a simple gull-wing spokeshave in excellent user condition.This is a later model wit3h the checkered handle and notched Stanley logo.
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Excellent Stanley Sweetheart era number 151 spokeshave.
This shave is an excellent user condition. It has a long, clean blade with a bold SW logo. The frame has about 90% of its original japanned finish. It should be an excellent user.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Exceptional, Near-Mint Stanley no. 151 spokeshave.
This shave is near mint condition with all original finished, and a perfectly clean, sharp blade. This is one of the most popular models among user. It should be an exceptional worker.
$40 This Item Has Been Sold



Very good Stanley number 54 adjustable mouth spokeshave.
This is an early example with the circular Stanley logo. It has about 50% of its original japanned finish. The springs that operate the throat are strong. The blade has a lot of life left and is in excellent condition. This is the straight handled version of the more common 53 gull wing spokeshave.
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Exceptional Stanley number 53 spokeshave.
This is an early example with the circular logo on the blade. It has at least 95% of its original japanned finish. The blade is near full-length, Sharp, and has no pitting, it is an excellent user spokeshave, And a favorite among users myself included
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Very good, usable 8 inch drawknife.
This drawknife was made for a hardware store that used to logo "Our Own". It was likely made by one of the larger manufacturers like Witherby or PS& W. It remains in a very good user condition. The blade is long and quite sharp. It has no pitting on the back. The handles are tight, Though they are covered with some sort of paint. It's a solid a user drawknife in very good working order.
$35 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Stanley 42X pistol grip sawset.
This 42X has at least 95% original japanning, and almost all of nickel plating on the unpainted parts. The action is smooth, the spring is strong. There is no damage or wear to the handle or plunger. It looks like a solid user sawset in great shape.
$60 This Item Has Been Sold



Small handled hand vice.
This is a small hands vice with 1 3/8 inch wide jaws. It is an excellent working order. The jaws align precisely when closed.. It has no wear or damage. It is attached to a beech handle to make it easier to hold. A small hand vise like this is extremely useful to have in the shop- especially so for holding small blades while grinding and honing.
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Very good beech spokeshave.
This shave was made by Charles Henry in Sheffield. It has a 3 inch wide blade and measures 12 inches overall. The mouth has no wear at all and is still tight. The blade is full-length. It has scattered pitting but should sharpen up easily. There is some paint residue and a bit of adhesive on it but is otherwise in excellent user condition.
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Very good Stanley Sweetheart era no. 25 8 inch bevel..
This is a sweetheart era Stanley made in Canada. It has most of the original Stanley decal on the Rosewood stock. It has a good straight blade with minor pitting. The Rosewood is perfect with crisp, sharp corners. The brass is nice and patinated. It works perfectly and should make an excellent user.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold



Stanley number 42X sawset.
This is a very good, usable example. It has most of his original black finish. The nickeled pieces have some even, honest discoloration from age and use. The plunger and anvil are clean with no damage. The spring is strong. It should be a good working sawset.
$55 This Item Has Been Sold



Very good small hand vise.
This hand device has 1 1/4 inch wide jaws. It has most of its original black finish. Is in excellent working order. A small hand vise like this is a very handy tool to have, ideal for holding small blades and bits when sharpening, holding, and grinding.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent PEXTO 8 inch folding handle draw knife.
This tool was made by PS& W in Southington Connecticut. PEXTO is well known for making top-quality woodworking and other mechanics tools. This drawknife has folding handles that allow it to be stored compactly and also allows the handles to move out of the way while grinding and honing, a very nice feature. The handles can be locked tight when use. The blade is still long and has a very clean back with only the smallest scattered bits of pitting. Should be a great worker.
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Small 4 ounce ball peen hammer.
This tiny hammer is nice clean faces and a good Hickory handle. It is marked Cornwell.
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Swiss-Made hand Scorp.
This is a small one-handed scorp made by Pfiel, intended to roughed out concave surfaces like bowls, spoons, etc. It is in new, unused condition.
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8 inch drawknife made for Worth.
This drawing life was made by or for worth. It is int good, usable condition. The blade is sharp and there are no chips in the bevel.. It has a lot of life left in it. There is minor pitting scattered around the back but nothing that will stop it from being a good user. The handles are perfectly tight.
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Early James Swan 8 inch drawknife.
This is an early Swan tool with a mark I don't call ever seen before. It has an oddly shaped 8 inch wide blade. The bevel is very sharp and ready to use. There until no chips or dings on th ebevel. The back has no pitting and is quite clean. The handles are in excellent condition. It should make an exceptional worker drawknife.
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Medium Size Joiners Mallet.
This is a wel-made medium size mallet weighting about 1.5lbs. It has some wear and tear but remains perfectly usable. It has a nice look to it.
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Large Joiners Mallet.
This is a wel-made large mallet weighing about 3lbs. It has significant wear and tear but remains perfectly usable. The head is made of burled hickory or oak.. It has a nice look to it.
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PEXTO 16oz Carpenters Hammer.
This is just a good, medium sized carpenter's hammer well suited for bench work. It was made by Peck, Stowe, And Wilcox in Southington, CT. The hickory handle is nicely shaped and tight to the head. The face is clean without any chips.
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Excellent 7.5lb Bench Anvil.
This is a very well-made all steel anvil. It looks like it might have been cut and shaped from a steel beam of some sort. The table is flat and clean and has both a hardy and pritchel hole. The horn is nicely machined and quite smooth with no damage. It's the perfect size to put on the bench.
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Disston 10in Bevel Gauge.
This rosewood gauge has the Disston & Sons, Philda. logo stamped on the rosewood stock. The rosewood is excellent, the brss nicely patinated and uncleaned. The blade has pitting on both sides- a purely cosmetic problem.. the gauge will work perfectly.
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Stanley no. 12 SW era 6in Try Square.
This is a tough all-metal try square in very good condition. It has aSweetheart era logo dating to the mid-late 1920s. It has decent nickel plating with some wear.. The blade is straight and square to the limit of my ability to test it. It's an excellent user square, especially useful when working outdoors where you don't want to ding up your nice rosewood tools.
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Exceptional Stanley Sweetheart era no. 25 6in. bevel age.
This is an excellent example with perfect Rosewood,evenly patinated breasts, and nearly all original bluing on the six-inch blade. It has a clear, crisp sweetheart logo. It's a perfect user in a very handy size for benchwork. They don't come much nicer than this one.
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Small 6 inch British wing dividers.
These dividers were made by TOGA. They are in excellent, nearly unused condition. One leg is sharpened to a point, the other ground to a knife edge for scribing. They are in excellent working order
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Mint Stanley number 18 bevel gauge.
This "Eureka" pattern beveled gauge is an absolutely mint condition with no damage or wear at all. It has all original nickel plating. It works perfectly.
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Tiny 2 inch Starrett Spring dividers.
This is a tiny little divider, well-suited to laying out small dovetails. It is in excellent condition with no rust or discoloration. Both legs are sharp. It adjusts easily. It's a hard smaller size defined in perfect working order.
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Stanley no. 20 6in sweetheart era rosewood try aquare.
This is a very good working Square with a straight, square blade. It was made during the sweetheart era and has both the Sweetheart stamp on the blade and the sweetheart era decal on the Rosewood stock. It's fairly clean. The Rosewood is in very good shape with no chips, The brass is nicely patinated.
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Exceptional Stanley no. 84 brass-bound boxwood folding rule.
These 2 foot folding rule is in excellent condition. It has clean, crisp markings on both faces. The brass is evenly and nicely patinated. The original alignment pin is present. The hinges are are strong and tight. It's an excellent working example
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Stanley no. 2 rosewood try and mitre square.
To square is marked 7 1/2 in.. It has a sweetheart logo on the blade. The blade is straight and square. The rosewood has no damage.
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Mint English rosewood mortise and marking gauge.
This gauge is in new, unused condition. it was sold by Woodworker's Supply in England. It has outstanding rosewood grain on the head and stuck. The points are all long and perfectly sharp. It adjusts easily and locks securely. It looks like a solid user mortising marking gauge.
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Very scarce Disston 10 in. No.3 bevel gauge.
This is a scarcity distant devil, A virtual copy of the Stanley no.18. It is an excellent, Almost near mint condition. It has full nickel plating and only a few specks of discoloration on the blade. It works perfectly. It's an excellent example to use or add to a Disston collection.
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Excellent pair of trammel points.
These trammels were made by General in New York. They're designed to fit on a 7/8 inch square stock. This is a useful tool to have for jobs were dividers are too small.
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Early British 10in Wing Dividers.
These graphic wing dividers han an even, honest patina allover. They work perfectly, adjusting easily and locking securely. It's a good pair for larger layout work. They are nicely decorated with the usual filework
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Excellent 8in Wing Dividers.
This set of dividers is completely unmarked and in excellent working order
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exceptional 8in Wing Dividers.
This pair of wing dividers is either highly polished or nickel-plated. they are in perfect working order. One leg is ground to a point, the other to a knife edge for scribing. It's a good-looking perfect user pair.
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5in British Wing Dividers.
This small divider is on the dirty side but works perfectly and could probably be cleaned up a bit if you choose. It's a nice size for laying out dovetails.
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Stanley Sweetheart Era 8in no. 20 Rosewood Try Square.
This is a good example with a clean, straight, square blade. It has most of its original bluing. The blade is square, tested to the best of my ability to measure it. The rosewood has a few light scratches, but the wild grain and color variations make up for that I think. It's a good, usable square to add to your kit.
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Unmarked 6in TRry Square.
This is a gorgeous example with a clean, straight, square blade, and exceptional rosewood stock. The blade retains almost 100% of its original bluing. It is square, tested to the best of my ability to measure it. It's a great example to add to your kit.
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Extra-Steep Quirk Ovolo and Bead.
This is an early British molding plane, possibly dating to the 18th century. I cannot make out a maker's mark at the toe, though it was clearly made by a highly skilled professional planemaker. t has the appearance of a plane from the 1700s, or perhaps the very early 1800s. It's clearly British and has had at least three owners, two of whom were of the surname Hodgins. The plane cuts an elaborate quirk ovolo and bead measuring 1 1/4in wide by 1in deep. The blade is in remarkably good condition considering the age. It is fairly clean with a few minor spots of pitting well away from the bevel. The entire bead is boxed. The quirk boxing has a few cracks but it is straight and stable. It's a graphic early molder which would make a nice addition to a collection or working kit.
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Larger Quirk Ovolo and Bead by Heathcott & Linley, Sheffield.
This plane was made ca. 1839-45 by the partnership of Charles Heathcot and Linley according to Goodman. The plane is in very good condition overall. It cuts a wide, deep profile measuring 1 1/2in wide by 1in deep. the plane is clean overall with no damage and signs of light use. The blade has specks of pitting scattered about, no surprise considering its considerable surface area, but nothing that will cause much of a fuss when sharpening. The mouth is still quite tight. The quire and the transition to the bead are both boxed. The blade is bedded at cabinet pitch. It should make a fine worker cutting this appealing profile suited for cornice moldings.
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Big Moseley & Son Quirk Ogee and Bevel Molding Plane.
This is an especially steep quirk bevel and ogee molder made by Moseley in London ca. 1838-61 based on the mark and Goodman's research. The plane is in very good condition overall and would be absolutely usable. The body is clean and signs if light, careful use. The boxed quirk is dead straight. The boxing has very even, regular figure along its length which is really pretty. The profile is 1 3/4in wide by 1in deep. The heel of the plane is marked 8/8, corresponding to the depth of the profile. The blade is bedded at cabinet pitch. It is clean with no pitting a all and the bevel is actually very sharp. It's an nice example of this useful molding profile commonly used for casings, frames, and cornice moldings.
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Large Quirk Ogee and BEvel by Griffiths.
This is a much larger Quirk Ogee and bevel than the others I've listed, and one of the largest I've seen from Griffiths. The profile is 1 1/2in wide by 5/4in deep. The boxing is straight. there is a small additional fence added on to the sole to make it easier to use. The blade is in amazing condition with absolutely no pitting whatever. It's a massive plane is great shape.
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Exceptional Matched Set of Five Side Beads by Gleave, Manchester .
These five planes were made by Joseph Gleave & Son in Manchester between 1869-1913. The five planes have always been together, sharing the same maker's and owner's mark as well as general patina. It's a very well-made set of planes with excellent attention to detail- the breast, for example, isn't cut straight across, but rounded with a gentle curve. The step has a nice curve as well with a deep gouge cut at the transition. The breast is also skewed, while the bed is straight across, a feature of well-made British planes that I can't find a reason for. In short, they are top quality planes. All five remain in outstanding condition. The blades are long and clean with zero pitting. The boxed quirk on all is deep and dead straight. Some have signs of light use, but none have any damage at all. The blades are all bedded at cabinet pitch- 55 degrees. The set includes sizes 3,5,6,7,8 eighths. It's an outstanding set of side beads, a great choice to put to work.
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Cute, Small 1/2in Skewed Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane was made by James Vincent in Stratford-On-Avon ca. 1792-1828. The plane cuts a cute little 1/2in wide by 3/8in deep ogee. An interesting thing is that this plane's iron is skewed, something I've only seen a handful of times on a complex molder. Aside from the skew the blade is also bedded at cabinet pitch, 55 degrees. The plane is in good, usable condition. It has some signs of significant use but the blade is well-kept and free of any pitting. It's an unusal small molder in good working order
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Unusual Moseley Flat Ovolo and Bead Molding Plane.
This is an interesting profile measuring 1in wide by 1/2in deep. The plane is in excellent working order with no damage and only minimal signs of use. The blade is bedded at cabinet pitch, 55 degrees. The back is perfectly clean and lapped flat. IT should be an outstanding worker with a very interesting profile
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Well-Used 1/2in Ogee Molding Plane by Storrie, Edinburgh .
This plane was mad eby Alex Storrie in Edinburgh ca 1860-64. The plane cuts a 1/2in wid eby 3/8in deep ogee. It's a cute little profile and the plane has ben used a lot. It's in good, usable condition still. It has dings and scratches galore and the evidence of a fence attached at some point. Still, the blade is clean and sharp and the plane remains usable.
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Excellent 5/8in Flat Ovolo Molding Plane.
This is a well-made plane, surely British. but it has no maker's mark I can read. It cuts a common 5/8in wide flat ovolo. It's one of my favorite molders to use wince the profile is so versatile on almost any edge. The plane is crisp and clean with an exceptionally clean and sharp blade without any pitting at all. It should be an outstanding worker.
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Exceptional Double-Iron Malloch, Perth Ogee and Ovolo Molding Plane.
I think double-iron planes like this are the height of the planemaker's art. I can't imagine the layout work that goes into marking up a plane blank to make this sort of plane. This is a beautifully made sash plane that cuts a 5/8in wide and 1/2in deep oge and ovolo. It's a beautiful profile that would look good in any sort of small scale work. The plane has two irons, one to cut each molding profile. This makes it much easier to sharpen the blade and takes care of a lot of the reshaping work that would normally need to be done if this were a single iron plane since the ovolo would wear much faster than the rest of the plane. The plane is in excellent working order with a nice clean body, and excellent blades without pitting. The fence is extra-deep which will help keep this plane at its proper spring angle. It's a most unusual profile in a top-end plane.
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Early Lambs Tongue Molder by Wheeler, Reading.
This Plane was made by Thomas wheeler in Reading ca. 1796-1826. It cuts a flat 5/8in wide 1/2in deep lamb's tongue or reverse ogee molding. It' san attractive profile for a shelf edge, table top, etc. The plane is in fair condition overall but I believe it remains a good candidate to put to work. It has major gouges out of the escapements side and some in the sole. The mouth is clean and the blade is clean and lapped. Not pretty, but it should work well.
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Unusual larger 3/4in Flat Ovolo by Mathieson.
This is a 3/4in wide, 3/8in deep flat ogee made by Mathieson in Glasgow. It is in excellent condition overall. The body is crisp and clean, the mouth tight, the blade free of any pitting at all. It's an easy plane to use, the massive fence making it simple to keep the plane at the proper spring angle. It's a bit wider than most of these sash profiles- it might be ideal for a larger shelf, chest top, etc. It's a nice usable molder.
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Early 3/8in Astragal Molding Plane.
This plane has an early appearance and looks British to me. There is a very faint maker's mark ont he toe above the owners; marks but I can't make it out. It's in good condition with some wear but a clean blade without pitting.
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Outstanding Moseley Quirk Ogee and Bevel, Tuned and Ready to Work.
This is an extra-curvy quirk ogee and bevel molding plane. The plane is so crisp and the profile so downright sexy I couldn't help myself and had to hone the iron and give it a test run. It cuts beautifully, leaving a nice crisp, smooth profile, an ideal cornice molding for smaller work. The profile is 1in wid eby just under 1/2in deep. The boxed quirk is deep and straight. The plane is in excellent condition overall with no damage and only light wear. The cabinet pitch blade is sharp, honed and ready to work. You can see a photo of the molding I cut with it on the photos page.
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Early Triple Bead plane by Lund, London.
This plane cuts three 1/4in beads in a cluster. It was made by John Lund in London ca. 1805-31. The four boxed strips are all in good order,- straight and even. The plane has seen light use but remains in very good condition overall. The blade has scattered pitting but nothing serious and it's still completely usable. It's an unusual profile and should make a nice addition to any collection or working it of planes.
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Excellent Reverse Ogee Molding Plane.
This plane cuts a 1in wide by 7/8in deep reverse ogee. It's a very well made plane, constructed of ultra-dense beech giving it an incredible heft for its size.There is no maker's mark at the toe I can discern, just an owner's mark. The profile is extra-corvy, the blade has no pitting at all. Should make a great worker.
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Crazy Griffiths Quirk Ogee, Ovolo, and Cove Molding Plane.
This is a crazy molding plane ins a couple of ways. First, the profile- it packs in three small elements- a quick ogee, ovolo and cove in a profile measuring just 5/8in wide and 1/4in deep at best. Second the blade is bedded at an almost unheard of 65 degrees. It was clearly meant for the toughest woods. The boxing has some slight chips, but nothing near the mouth. The blade is sharp and in excellent condition. The plane body is nice and crisp and clean with no damage. It's a most unusual molder made by one of the best British makers.
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Stanley sweetheart era number 80 scraper.
This scraper dates to the sweetheart era circa 1914 to 1920. It has almost all original japanning. The nickeled parts retain som of their finish. The blade is not original, though it is in excellent condition and has an Atkins logo. It's very good working example.
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Very good Stanley "type 11" number 80 scraper.
Scraper dates to the "type 11" era, circa 1908 to 1918. It retains most of its original japanned finish. The blade is clean and in excellent condition, though it is unmarked.
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Stanley No. 80 rabbet and Fillister Plane.
This is an excellent pre-World War II example in perfect user condition. The plane has at least ninety five percent original japanning. The blade is long and has no pitting at all. the fence and depth stops are both present the nickers are long and unused. It has some minor discoloration of the soul what is otherwise in excellent condition. It should make it an exceptional worker.
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Millers Falls no. 206 All-Steel Block Plane.
This is a tough steel block plane that you can pack in your kit of outdoor tools and not be afraid of breaking it. It's a simple, well-made block plane in excellent condition. It has every speck of original paint and the blade is in excellent condition.
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Stanley no. 98 Side Rabbet Plane.
This plane dates to ca. 1895-1902. It has the Jav 28, 1895 patent date on the toe and B mark on the casting. It is in good, usable condition. The blade is clean and has no pitting. The rosewood knob has a small chip. Most of the original nickel is present.
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Exceptional Stanley no. 4C sweetheart era smooth plane.
This plane is in exceptional condition. It has 100% of its original japanning. The sides and sole are clean with minimal wear and an honest, even patina. The plane has not been cleaned up. It was used carefully and well cared for. The rosewood knob and tote are nearly perfect. The adjusters worked flawlessly. The blade is long and has a bold sweetheart logo, And has no pitting on the back, only minor discoloration. It's about as nice as they come. It should be an exceptional user smooth plane.
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Excellent Stanley number three small smooth plane.
This plane dates to just after World War II. It is in excellent condition all original finishes on the bed, knob, tote and chip breaker three the blade is original length and has a zero pitting at all on the back. It might have been used once or twice and shows almost no wear at all. It's about as nice as they come.The adjusters are smooth and accurate. It looks at the great small smoother to put to use.
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User grade Stanley number 4 1/2 large smooth plane.
This is a sweetheart era number 4 1/2 plane in good usable condition. The plane has seen considerable use and it has the dings, scratches, and general wear patterns you'd expect to see. The plane remains and in good working order. The blade has a good bit of life left. It is in good shape with zero pitting on the back. The adjusters work fine. The Rosewood knob and tote have some wear and in a small chip from the top horn of the tote. TheOriginal japanning is about 90%. It's a decent user smooth plane for user, not a collector.
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Excellent Stanley no. 7 jointer plane.
This plane is a type 6,dating to between 1888-92. The plane is an excellent user condition. It has almost all of its original japanning on the bed. The Rosewood knob and tote are exceptional with no damage at all. The adjusters all work smoothly. The blade is long, nearly full-length, and has absolutely no pitting at all on the back. It has some honest patina and discoloration of the sides, but it could be cleaned up if you choose. It's a good looking, perfect user jointer plane.
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Excellent Stanley no. 7C type 11 jointer plane.
This is a true Type 11 with three patent dates on the bed, the "V" logo blade, low knob, and small adjuster wheel. It is an excellent user condition overall. The blade is nearly full-length, and has no pitting at on the back. The back has been lapped clean and flat and will sharpen easily. The Rosewood knob and tote have no damage at all. The japanning is near-perfect. The plane is in uncleaned condition and has not been messed with. The sides and sole have some like discoloration which you could clean if you wish. It's an excellent user to put to work.
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Exceptional Stanley no. 7C Sweetheart era jointer plane.
This plane is a type 15. It dates to 1931-32. This is the last of the sweetheart models. It is in exceptionally fine and clean condition with all japanning. The bare metal has barely any discoloration or wear at all. . The Rosewood knob and tote are perfect. The lever cap Is missing a tiny bit of nickel, which is about the only fault. The blade is full-length, clean, and has zero kidding. If you are looking for jointer plane put the work this is it.
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User grade Stanley no. 8C jointer plane.
This plane was made immediately after World War II. It is in good, usable condition. It has dark, even discoloration on the sides console. It's missing a bit of japanning, perhaps 90% remains. The knob and tote have some finish loss but no chips or cracks. The blade is nearly full-length. It has a tiny bit of pitting right at the leading edge but quick grind Will remove it. The rest of the back of the blade is clean and has a lot of useful life left. The adjusters work fine. It's a decent user jointer plane.
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Very early Stanley no. 8 jointer plane.
This plane is a type 4 dating to 1874 – 84. It is a pre-lateral plane in good, usable condition. It has seen a good deal of use over it's life to the point fat the original blade has only about 3/8 of an inch of life left. I have included a slightly later blade with A good bit of length left in a nice clean back. The original rosewood knob and tote are in good shape with only one or two tiny chips out of the porn of the tote. Otherwise the rosewood is clean and has exceptionally nice grain and color. The bed has some random paint splotches and minor finish loss. The blade adjuster works smoothly. The sides and sole are relatively clean without any rust and only slight discoloration. It's a good, usable released in the plane.
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Stanley number 5 1/4 Junior jack plane.
This is a pre-World War II plane in very good working order. It has light discoloration on the sides and sole which could be cleaned if you choose. The japanning is almost perfect. The blade is long and clean with a lapped back. The adjusters work fine. The Rosewood knob and tote have no chips or cracks. There is an owners mark on the tote. The is a solid user jack plane with a one and three-quarter inch wide iron.
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Stanley number 605 Sweetheart era Jack plane.
Is playing dates to 1923 to 26. It is a sweetheart era plane with all proper parts. This is a Bedrock type 7 according to type study. The plan is in excellent user condition. The Japanning is at least 95%. The sole and sides have some minor discoloration. The plane has not been cleaned or messed with. The Rosewood knob and tote have minor wear but no chips or cracks. The blade is full-length, clean, and without pitting. It should make an exceptional working jack plane.
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Exceptional Millers Falls no. eight small smooth plane.
This is the Millers Falls equivalent of the Stanley number three. This example is in excellent condition. It has 100% japanning. The knob tote have a few flakes of finish loss, the only flaws. The two piece patented lever cap has all nickel plating. The blade is long and clean with a lapped flat back and zero pitting. The side and sole are clean and crisp. It will make an exceptional small smoother to put to use.
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Stanley Bedrock number 603C small smooth plane.
This is a bedrock type 6, Dating to between 19 18 and 1921. It has its proper sweetheart era blade and embossed bedrock lever cap. It is in very good user condition. It has been cleaned up a bit, And show some wear.. The tote has a tight, well repaired crack. The japanning is at least 95%. The blade is in excellent condition with a lapped, flat back without any pitting. The bevel is sharp and has no dings or chips. It's a good, solid user Bedrock smoother.
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Decent Atkins 26 inch eight point crosscut saw.
This is an good usable condition. The blade has even discoloration on both sides. The teeth are reasonably sharp, all well formed, and it cuts well. The Apple handle is nicely embossed and has no damage at all. All of the brass screws are nickel plated. It's a decent user crosscut saw in a good general-purpose configuration.
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Exceptional Disston 26 inch number 7 crosscut saw.
This saw dates to 1896 to 1917. It has an exceptionally clean blade with no pitting all in a crisp, clear action. The nib is present. The teeth are all well formed. They are reasonably sharp and none broken. It retains all of its original breasting along the tooth line. It cuts very well although the teeth aren't terribly sharp. The beech handle has no damage at all. It's an exceptional user cross cut saw in a perfect general-purpose size and configuration
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Excellent Disston number D23 26 inch 8 PPI cross cut saw.
This song has a crisp, clean, straight plate with bold action. The teeth are sharp and it cuts well. The Apple handle is in very good condition with minimal wear. It's a good user crosscut saw in a general-purpose configuration
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Excellent working example of the Atkins number 400 rosewood handled rip saw.
This is a fantastic user ripsaw with a 26 inch plate and 5 1/2 teeth per inch. The teeth are quite sharp. It cuts well tracking straight and cutting it very fast. Teeth have no damage. The plate is dead straight. Like most I can saws the etch is ha ha very light but it is there. The rosewood handle has all original finish. It has an outstanding grain color and definition. The saw screws are nickel-plated. It's a well preserved early example of Atkins' top of the line saw in excellent working order.
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Excellent Disston no. 7 26 inch crosscut saw.
This is an excellent working example dating to circa 1917 to 19 40. It has a perfectly straight plate. The etch is clear and crisp. There is no rust in the nib is present. It has seven points per inch making it a good general-purpose size. The beech handle hasn't really repaired to the top horn which is nearly invisible. Otherwise the handle is in excellent condition. It should make an exceptional user crosscut saw for all types of work.
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Disstion number 12 26 inch ripsaw.
They saw is not the prettiest but it's usable. It has a 26 inch plate with five points for per inch. The plate is straight. It has scattered pitting throughout the front and back but on a rip saw this isn't the end of the world. The teeth are all well formed. They are relatively sharp and the saw cuts surprisingly well. The Apple handle has an early repair to the top horn but is otherwise complete an excellent it's a bargain user ripsaw made the finest Disston steel.
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Disston No. 7 26 inch ripsaw.
This saw dates to 1917 to 1922. It is 26 inches with 5 1/2 point per inch. The plate is dead straight. The nib is present. The teeth are all in excellent condition. The beech handle test most all original finish and no damage at all. The front does have scattered discoloration. The etch is visible. The back has more considerable discoloration and scattered pitting though not near the truth line. The tooth line does retain its original breasting. It should be an exceptional user ripsaw
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Massive Disston number 7 28 inch ripsaw.
This saw has a 28 inch plate and a full 2 7/8 inches at the toe. It dates to circa 1896 to 1917. The plate is dead straight. It has even honest discoloration throughout. The neighbor is present. The teeth are all in excellent order and quite sharp. Bluetooth one retains the original breasting. This saw works well in tears through stock with its4 1/2 points per inch. The handle is beach and has some dings and scratches but no chips or cracks it's a massive rip saw for big work.
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Disston 6in stair saw.
This saw is an excellent to Nearman condition. The beech body has no wear, chips, or cracks. It has a bold inchworm style logo dating into the 1870s. The blade is perfectly clean and has no piting. The teeth are all well formed and fairly sharp. It adjusts easily and stay set. It may be the nicest example I've come across and should make a great worker.
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Gorgeous, early Marples and Sons keyhole saw.
This saw has an 8 inch blade which is almost perfectly straight and has nice reasonably sharp teeth. The handle is beautifully shaped. The beach handle has no chips or cracks. The original brass split nuts have never been tampered with. It has a very early appearance. There is a small chip missing from the tip of the blade but that could easily be rectified if you wish. Overall it's a gorgeous, usable small compass saw.
$25 This Item Has Been Sold



Scarce and Excellent Simonds Sawmakers Straight Edge.
This is an 18in. saww maker's straight edge made by Simonds in Fitchburg, MA. It is in excellent condition with a crisp Simonds logo. The reverse side has an owner mark: Saw Shop, Lane Mfg Co, Nov 1949. I believe this is the same Land Mfg. Co tha tmade sawmills, waterwheels, cranes, stone tools, etc. in Montpelier, VT. It's a scarce tool to find today and an interesting piece of Vermont history.
$45 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Rosewood 12in Bowsaw.
This saw is made from sort of dense, close-grained rosewood. It is in excellent working order. It has no damage and holds its 12in blade perfectly tight. It comes with one extra 12in blade.
$70 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent Vintage Marples 12in Beech Bowsaw.
This is a top quality Marples bowsaw with a 12in blade. It is in excellent working order with no damage.
$70 This Item Has Been Sold



German Horned Smoother.
This smoother has a 2in double iron and an extra-dense body giving it a good heft. The iron is very thick and tapered, nearly 3/16in at the business end. The sole has little wear. The iron has no pitting at all. The only flaw is a chip out of the curved horn. It's a great user plane, ideal for all sorts of work of a smoother, but I love it use this sort of plane on green wood especially.
$24 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent German Horned Smoother.
This is a top quality German horned smoother with a hornbeam body and a boxwood sole attached with the usual geometry-bending joint. The sole has a small check at the corner of the mouth, but it's flat ane xcelletn otherwise with a tight mouth. The blade is exceptional- it is a thick 2in double iron made by Ward, perhaps the foremost edge tool maker in 19th century Britain. Both the iron and cap feature the Ward stamp. This iron is also stamped "best" at the top above the logo. The iron is full-length and in terrific shape with zero pitting. The plane is probably worth it for the iron alone, though it should be a fantastic user.
$30 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent John Weiss Horned Scrub Plane- Tuned and Ready to Work.
This plane was made by Weiss and bears a mark with the company name and an inset medallion in back of the horn. The plane is tuned up and ready to work. It's a true scrub plane with a very narrow 1 1/16in wide blade with a good camber to it. The beech body has a harder sole (likely hornbeam) attached to it with that crazy glue joint that the German makers liked to employ. It's in ready-to-use condition. I just polished and honed the blade and gave it a test run. It works flawlessly going at diagonals to the grain. It can take a thin shaving or hog off 1/16in at a time easily. See photos for it in use. It's a great working scrub plane that you can put to =use right away.
$55 This Item Has Been Sold



Excellent British Tothing PLane.
This is a great working toothing plane with a nice clean iron. The iron has about 24PPI and more than 1 1/4in of "tooth" left. The plane body has some spots of discoloration, likely tallow. It has a nice overall patina from age and extended use. The sole has little wear and there are no cracks/chips anywhere. There is a maker's mark that I can't quite make out without over cleaning the toe. I'm 100% sure it's British however and almost certain it's a Buck. It's a fantastic use toothing plane to put to use.
$75 This Item Has Been Sold



Small Toothing PLane.
This toothing plane is a bit narrower than most. The iron is 1 3/4in wide. It's a beauty made by John Weiss with more than 1.5in of "tooth" left. It measures about 20PPI. The plane was made by Sandusky. It has some wear but no damage and the sole is in great shape. It should be a perfect plane to put to work.
$70 This Item Has Been Sold



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